Amant Foundation hosts an annual program of exhibitions with international and local artists that highlight critical discourses connecting art with other cultural disciplines. We also host public programs designed to be a discursive extension of our residencies and exhibitions, including workshops, films, lecture series, readings, and performances. Amant also previews upcoming projects and research by our artists-in-residence that intend to provide valuable insights into the nature of art production and development.

Artists are invited to either present a single solo exhibition or discuss “chapters” of projects that are in development over a longer time frame. In doing so, it possibly permits them to “slow-down” the art-making process, experimenting with, or shifting formats, while also reflecting on the meaning and context of their work through time.

Photo: Heroines, Birds and Monsters series, Creon and Haemon, 2020. Archival pigment print on cotton paper mounted on Alu Dibond. Courtesy of the artist and Goodman Gallery.

Amant Foundation hosts an annual program of exhibitions with international and local artists that highlight critical discourses connecting art with other cultural disciplines. We also host public programs designed to be a discursive extension of our residencies and exhibitions, including workshops, films, lecture series, readings, and performances. Amant also previews upcoming projects and research by our artists-in-residence that intend to provide valuable insights into the nature of art production and development.

Artists are invited to either present a single solo exhibition or discuss “chapters” of projects that are in development over a longer time frame. In doing so, it possibly permits them to “slow-down” the art-making process, experimenting with, or shifting formats, while also reflecting on the meaning and context of their work through time.

Photo: Heroines, Birds and Monsters series, Creon and Haemon, 2020. Archival pigment print on cotton paper mounted on Alu Dibond. Courtesy of the artist and Goodman Gallery.